Items where Division is "School of Humanities" and Year is 2020

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Flavel, S and Hall, B (2020) 'State maternalism: rethinking anarchist readings of the Daodejing 道德經.' Dao: A Journal of Comparative Philosophy. ISSN 1540-3009 (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

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Gadd, I (2020) Jonathan Swift, English political writings, 1701-1711. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. (Forthcoming)

Gadd, I (2020) 'Ready reader one: recovering reading as an ambient practice.' In: Abba, T, Dovey, J and Pullinger, K, eds. Ambient literature: towards a new poetics of situated writing and reading practices. Palgrave Macmillan. ISBN 9783030414559 (Forthcoming)

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Hackett, S (2020) Britain’s rural Muslims: rethinking integration. Manchester University Press, Manchester. ISBN 9781526110145 (Forthcoming)

Hannis, M (2020) 'Why virtue is good for you: the politics of ecological eudaimonism.' In: Bai, H and Chang, D, eds. Ecological Virtues. University of Regina Press. (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

Hill, T (2020) '"To the Honour of our Nation abroad": the merchant as adventurer in civic pageantry.' In: Finlayson, J.C and Sen, A, eds. Civic performance: pageantry and entertainments in early modern London. Routledge, Abingdon, pp. 13-31. ISBN 9781138228399

Hughes, W (2020) The economy of the human frame: phrenology and the nineteenth-century popular imagination. Manchester University Press, Manchester. (Forthcoming)

Hughes, W (2020) 'A quiet act of plagiarism: Bram Stoker, Wallis Budge and 'The jewel of seven stars’.' In: Wynne, C, ed. Visions of Egypt. University of Wales Press, Cardiff. (Forthcoming)

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Ivic, C (2020) The subject of Britain: 1603-1625. Manchester University Press, Manchester. (Forthcoming)

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Kaznowska, H (2020) 'Stories between storeys: the uses of stairs to gain domestic control.' Early Modern Literary Studies. ISSN 1201-2459 (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

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Lloyd, N (2020) '“Combinations equally unnatural and improper”: Mary Julia Young, Romantic genre-mixing and the female trade Gothic.' In: Hudson, K, ed. Women's authorship and the early Gothic: innovations and legacies. University of Wales Press, Cardiff. (Forthcoming)

Lloyd, N (2020) 'Lady Morgan and "the babbling page of history": cultural transition as performance in the Irish national tale.' In: Connolly, C, ed. Irish literature in transition, 1780-1830. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. ISBN 9781108492980 (Forthcoming)

Lloyd, N (2020) 'M. J. Young, Rose-Mount Castle; or, False Report (1798).' In: London, A, ed. The Cambridge guide to the eighteenth-century novel, 1660-1820. Cambridge University Press. (Forthcoming)

Lloyd, N (2020) 'Mary Julia Young, Moss Cliff Abbey; or, The Sepulchral Harmonist (1803).' In: London, A, ed. The Cambridge guide to the eighteenth-century novel, 1660-1820. Cambridge University Press. (Forthcoming)

Lloyd, N (2020) 'Mary Julia Young, The East Indian, or Clifford Priory (1799).' In: London, A, ed. The Cambridge guide to the eighteenth-century novel, 1660-1820. Cambridge University Press. (Forthcoming)

Low, C (2020) 'Mental health and the Khoe-San.' In: Danto, D and Zangeneh, M, eds. Indigenous mental health: a global perspective. Springer. (Forthcoming)

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Malik, I.H (2020) The silk road and beyond: narratives of a Muslim historian. Oxford University Press, Karachi. ISBN 9780199405961 (Forthcoming)

Marshall, A (2020) 'Arcana imperii': a history of espionage in early-modern Britain, 1598-1715. Manchester University Press, Manchester. (Forthcoming)

Marshall, A (2020) 'Cromwell at Clonmel.' In: Bennett, M, Gillespie, R and Spurlock, R.S, eds. Cromwell and Ireland: new perspectives. Liverpool University Press, Liverpool. (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

Marshall, A (2020) Oliver Cromwell and the secret arts of government. In: Public Lecture Series, 19 March 2020, Hampstead & North West Branch of the Historical Association. (Forthcoming)

Marshall, A (2020) '‘Secret wheeles’: clandestine information, espionage, and European intelligence.' In: Duindam, J.F.J, Ebben, M.A and Sicking, L, eds. Beyond ambassadors: missionaries, consuls and spies in pre-modern diplomacy. Brill, Netherlands. (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

Marshall, A (2020) '‘faisons meieux’: Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington and his political tactics, 1662-1675.' In: Eagles, R and Dennehy, C, eds. Sir Henry Bennet, Earl of Arlington, and his world. Routledge, Abingdon. (Forthcoming)

Morton, S (2020) 'Inside the human remains store: the impact of repatriation on museum practice in the United Kingdom.' In: Fforde, C, Keeler, H and McKeown, T, eds. The Routledge companion to indigenous repatriation. Routledge, Abingdon. (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

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Newland, C (2020) 'Economic objects.' In: White, C, ed. Cultural history of objects: age of industry (AD 1760-1900). Bloomsbury, London. (Forthcoming)

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Otele, O (2020) African Europeans: an untold history. Hurst, London. ISBN 9781787381919 (Forthcoming)

Otele, O (2020) 'Black activism and white collaboration in Chatham: Canada’s early histories of resistance.' In: Trodd, Z and Salt, K, eds. Black Lives Matter: the past, present, and future of an international movement for rights and justice. Oxford University Press, Oxford. (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

Otele, O (2020) 'Mourning in reluctant sites of memory: from Afrophobia to cultural productivity.' In: Gandolfo, L, Otele, O and Galai, Y, eds. Post-conflict memorialization: missing memorials, absent bodies. Palgrave Macmillan. (Forthcoming)

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Peters, F (2020) 'True crime narratives.' Crime Fiction Studies, 1 (1). pp. 23-40. ISSN 2517-7982

Peters, F (2020) 'Uncanny snails: Patricia Highsmith and the allure of the gastropods.' In: Heholt, R and Edmundson, M, eds. Gothic animals: uncanny otherness and the animal with-out. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham, pp. 159-171. ISBN 9783030345396 (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

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Rigby, K (2020) Reclaiming Romanticism: towards an ecopoetics of decolonization. Bloomsbury Academic, London. ISBN 9781474290593 (Forthcoming)

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Stenning, A (2020) 'Approaching empathy and environment through a study of autistic life writing - on the importance of neurodivergent morality.' In: Chown, N, Stenning, A and Rosquvist, H, eds. Neurodiversity: a new critical paradigm. Routledge, Abingdon. (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

Swenson, A (2020) 'Under false pretenses.' In: Buckland, A and Qureshi, S, eds. Time travelers: Victorian encounters with time and history. University of Chicago Press, Chicago. (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

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Walton, S (2020) 'Feminism's critique of the Anthropocene.' In: New feminist studies. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. (Forthcoming) Please click the title to check availability.

Wright, E.H (2020) '“Cry with the pack and kill what we fear”: women dramatists, Woolf, and war.' In: Mildenberg, A and Novillo-Corvalán, P, eds. Virginia Woolf, Europe and peace: transnational circulations. Clemson University Press, Clemson, SC. (Forthcoming)

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